It is that time of year again – TAX SEASON. Understanding your taxes is hard enough, but when you add in the tax advantages of travel healthcare, along with the stipulations that go with them, it becomes downright confusing at times. At Cariant, we are not tax experts, nor do we intend to become them.
Whether you’re a seasoned professional or a new graduate, there are many things to consider before accepting a job: Does it meet your personal or family needs? Is the compensation acceptable? Is the location desirable? When you’re considering taking your healthcare career on the road, there are even more factors at play. We’ve compiled a
It’s a well-debated topic regarding travel therapy: at what point in your therapy career should you consider travel options? While it ultimately comes down to personal circumstances, when reviewing the journeys of thousands of different travelers we’ve worked with over the past two decades, it’s clear that any point in a therapy career can be
It is that time of year again – tax season. Understanding taxes can be hard enough, but when you add in the tax advantages of travel healthcare — along with the many stipulations that go with them — it can become even more confusing at times. At Cariant, we are not tax experts, nor do
Brenda Kemling Elected President of APTA Iowa In a significant development for the physical therapy community in Iowa, Brenda Kemling, PT, DPT, OCS, has been elected as the President of APTA Iowa. Brenda, who serves as RehabVisions’ Director of Operations – Outpatient Clinics, is no stranger to leadership roles and brings a wealth of experience
The Traveler’s Guide to Compliance: Why It Matters to You Hello, dedicated travelers! As you embark on your exciting journeys to new healthcare assignments, there’s a very important part of your profession that’s often overlooked but so significant: compliance. In this blog post, we’ll chat about what compliance is, why it’s so necessary for your
Making the Most of Your Travel Housing: From a Housing Coordinator If you’re a medical professional embarking on a temporary assignment, securing suitable travel housing is a crucial aspect of your journey. Whether you’re a travel nurse, local tenants’ provider, or working on any short-term project, where you stay can greatly impact your overall experience. With
We recently asked our travel nurses to answer the question, “What do you love about travel?” Their answers ranged from short-and-sweet and concisely accurate to an ode to recruiters. Here are a few of the responses: “I love traveling because I love to meet new people, new surroundings and most of all I get to
Lately I have come across comments in travel nursing forums and social media groups about how people don’t want to travel to any small, out-of-the-way and “never heard of that place before” towns. I realize travel itself is of course the main allure to travel nursing, but there are a lot of places to explore
What started you on the path to your occupational therapy degree? I was born with a bone disease in one leg. I spent years in and out of the hospital and worked with some terrific therapists. I wanted to make a difference in other people’s lives the way those therapists helped me.